AUDIO: ‘Good Cause’ language stirs up internal Democratic debate
March 20, 2023
Sen. James Skoufis, an Orange County Democrat, shares his reservations about language in the Senate’s budget resolution that backs “Good Cause” legislation, which is designed to protect tenants from onerous rent increases. The Capitol Pressroom
The Bad Effects of Good Cause Eviction
March 16, 2023
OpEd by SPONY Board Member Jan Lee published in the New York Daily News
Signature collapse may sound death knell for rent-stabilized properties
March 16, 2023
Amid regional lending pullback, underwater owners will be left with fewer, more pricey options. By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal New York Real Estate News
The One-Way Rent Control Ratchet
March 16, 2023
The allegedly smart balance "anti-rent gouging" policies have struck between supply and stability is already unraveling. By CHRISTIAN BRITSCHGI, Reason
Housing Policy Faultlines Emerge Ahead Of Final Albany Budget Deal
March 15, 2023
Here, City Limits breaks down where the Senate and Assembly stand in a year when New York’s lack of affordable rental housing is top of mind.. By Emma Whitford, City Limits
HSTPA ramifications
March 11, 2023
Consequences stemming from the 2019 Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act
Op-Ed | Operating an apartment is becoming untenable
March 8, 2023
Forty years ago my parents immigrated to the City from the Caribbean. By Sharon Redhead, AM New York
NYC: one billion dollars in unpaid water bills - Amnesty Program!
March 8, 2023
The city is sounding the alarm over one billion dollars in unpaid water bills. By Linda Schmidt, Fox 5 News
Nonpaying tenant finds fresh way to exploit rent relief
March 7, 2023
Staten Island case reveals another failure by state to close program’s loopholes and enforce rules. By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal New York Real Estate News
How Hochul housing plan can pass
March 5, 2023
Gov. Hochul gets a surprising amount right in the proposal she calls the New York Housing Compact, which calls for an ambitious 800,000 new homes over 10 years. By Howard Husock, New York Daily News